Mid-season call-ups and an interim coaching change have brought new faces and roles for the Fayetteville Marksmen. The team has seen significant moves both on and off the ice in just 12 days of February, including multiple transactions and new player signings. The recent Operation Sellout drew over 7,400 fans at the Crown Coliseum for a 3-1 win against Macon, solidifying the Marksmen's second place position in the SPHL standings.

By the Numbers
  • Operation Sellout drew over 7,400 fans at the Crown Coliseum
  • Ryan Kenny secured the win with 11 additional saves for a game-total of 32
  • Fayetteville completed a season-series sweep of the Macon Mayhem
State of Play
  • New faces and roles due to mid-season call-ups and an interim coaching change
  • Recent Operation Sellout drew over 7,400 fans at the Crown Coliseum for a 3-1 win against Macon
  • The win secures the Marksmen's second place position in the SPHL standings
Bottom Line

The Fayetteville Marksmen's recent changes and successful game have solidified their position in the SPHL standings, showcasing the impact of new faces and a new coaching dynamic on the team's performance.